Other resources


Teaching pack

Out For Our Children are delighted to announce the publication of the Out For Our Children Foundation Stage Teaching Pack. This unique and practical new resource has been designed to support everyone wishing to enhance diversity within an Early Years setting. This Pack is a must for Foundation Stage teachers, nursery workers and Early Years educationalists.

Authored by teachers and parents, the 80-page, full-colour illustrated OFOC Foundation Stage Teaching Pack contains guidance and support on:

  • Curriculum activities linked to the EYFS and SEAL for Nursery and Reception children
  • Law and education policy around LGBT issues
  • Answers to frequently asked question about welcoming same-sex parents and their children

Free Gift

The pdf e-version of the OFOC Foundation Stage Teaching Pack is COMPLETELY FREE for you to use or pass on.  You are free to print sections or whole copies of the Pack, or to pass on the e-version to friends and colleagues, nurseries and schools. We went to a lot of trouble to make it and we really, really want to see it put to use in nurseries and classrooms across the land.

Printed Copy?

Additionally, we have a limited number of copies of the Pack for sale for £14.99 each plus £3 postage & packing. To order printed copies of the OFOC Foundation Stage Teaching Pack, contact julia.voss@talktalk.net. Order your copy today.--When they're gone, they're gone!

Posters and cards

Real Families Rock (by Out For Our Children)

These posters depict the complexity and infinite diversity of ordinary families. The posters are targeted at Early Years Centres and Primary Schools. Post cards are available from info@outforourchildren.org.uk.

Download printable A4 (PDF, 4mb)Download printable A3 (PDF, 7mb)Download printable A4 (PDF, 9mb)Download printable A3 (PDF, 21mb)

Some People are Gay. Get over it! (by Stonewall)

By Stonewall’s Education for All campaign, this poster has been tested with young people in secondary schools.

Download larger version (JPG, 143kb)www.stonewall.org.uk/education_for_all